KIEV/SOCHI Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday that Ukrainian candidates should take part in an election that is expected to be held in the east of the country, currently controlled by pro-Russian rebels.
MOSCOW, Sept 17 Sergei Frank will step down as
president and chief executive of Russian state-controlled
shipping giant Sovcomflot after 15 years at the helm, four
sources familiar with the decision told Reuters on Tuesday.
MOSCOW Russia's Ministry of Transport said on Friday the state had bought passenger carriages and locomotives for a new rail route linking Russian cities to Crimea, but declined to say who had supplied the new rolling stock.
MOSCOW, Sept 13 Russia's Ministry of Transport
said on Friday the state had bought passenger carriages and
locomotives for a new rail route linking Russian cities to
Crimea, but declined to say who had supplied the new rolling
MOSCOW Residents of Moscow voted on Sunday in one of the most closely watched local elections in years after the exclusion of many opposition candidates triggered the biggest protests in the Russian capital for nearly a decade.
MOSCOW Moscow citizens voted on Sunday in some of the most closely observed regional elections in years, after the exclusion of many opposition candidates triggered huge protests in the capital.
MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russia and Turkey had agreed steps to tackle militants in northwest Syria and "normalise" the situation there after a Syrian army offensive encircled rebel fighters and a Turkish military post.
MOSCOW A unit of Russian conglomerate Rostec said on Tuesday it was ready for an out-of-court settlement with Boeing over its order for 35 Boeing 737 MAX jets, a spokesman for Rostec's subsidiary Avia Capital Service told Reuters. | Video
MOSCOW Russian state-controlled bank VTB has asked President Vladimir Putin to help it create a Russian grain champion to curb the role of foreign traders and give the state greater control over exports, a letter seen by Reuters shows.
MOSCOW Tens of thousands of Russians staged what a monitoring group called the country's biggest political protest for eight years on Saturday, defying a crackdown to demand free elections to Moscow's city legislature. | Video